Portion size selection in children: Effect of sensory imagery for snacks varying in energy density

Lange, C., Schwartz, C., Hachefa, C., Cornil, Y., Nicklaus, S., & Chandon, P. (2020) Appetite, 150, 104656-104656.

Food as Fuel: Performance Goals Increase the Consumption of High-Calorie Foods at the Expense of Good Nutrition

Cornil, Y., Gomez, P., & Vasiljevic, D. (2020) The Journal of Consumer Research, 47(2), 147-166.

Rejecting Responsibility: Low Physical Involvement in Obtaining Food Promotes Unhealthy Eating

Hagen, L., Krishna, A., & McFerran, B. (2017) Journal of Marketing Research, 54(4), 589-604.

Too Close to Home. Factors Predicting Meat Avoidance.

Ruby, M. B., & Heine, S. J. (2012)  Appetite

Compassion and Contamination. Cultural Differences in Vegetarianism.

Ruby, M. B., Heine, S. J., Kamble, S., Cheng, T. K., & Waddar, M. (2013) Appetite

Can Merely Learning About Obesity Genes Affect Eeating Behavior?.

Dar-Nimrod, I., Cheung, B. Y., Ruby, M. B., & Heine, S. J. (2014) Appetite

From Fan to fat? Vicarious Losing Increases Unhealthy Eating, but Self-Affirmation Is an Effective Remedy.

Cornil, Y., & Chandon, P. (2013) Psychological Science

Pleasure as an Ally of Healthy Eating? Contrasting Visceral and Epicurean Eating Pleasure and Their Association with Portion Size Preferences and Wellbeing.

Cornil, Y., & Chandon, P. (2016) Appetite

Pleasure as a Substitute for Size: How Multisensory Imagery can Make People Happier with Smaller Food Portions.

Cornil, Y., & Chandon, P. (2016) Journal of Marketing Research

The Acuity of Vice: Attitude Ambivalence Improves Visual Sensitivity to Increasing Portion Sizes.

Cornil, Y., Ordabayeva, N., Kaiser, U., Weber, B., & Chandon, P. (2014) Journal of Consumer Psychology